Acrylic Pocket knife

Discussion in 'Knives, Swords, and other bladed weapons' started by Proximus, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. Proximus

    Proximus Junior Member

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    I just finished this One. Its Not very usable, but really nice to look at it. I had fun building this, and now i just wanted to share my result. It completely Made from acrylic, except the little wooden dowels.
     

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  2. Tysonspapa

    Tysonspapa New Member

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    folders got very hard mechanics, made 2 friction folders last week, tough stuff.
     

  3. buckshot500

    buckshot500 Hoonigan Jeeper

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    Wow!
    That's so different.

    It looks awesome, is it a lockback?
     
  4. mvd

    mvd Builds with scrap

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    Looks like ice.....really good
     
  5. Bushmaster

    Bushmaster New Member

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    Not usable? Great craftsmanship and clever as heck! I'm sure TSA would be interested. Even "as is", I think it certainly could do some serious damage.
     
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  6. PaulPawx3

    PaulPawx3 Member

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    I'll bet it could put your eye out :D great attention to detail. Nice work.
     
  7. beaverIII73

    beaverIII73 Junior Member

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    Great job, that thing rocks.
     
  8. Proximus

    Proximus Junior Member

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  9. VWscooby

    VWscooby Senior Member

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    That looks great, nice job and thanks for posting the link :)
     
  10. Withak

    Withak aka Whitehawk!

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    What an interesting project. Great execution. Very well done and very unique. I like it.
     
  11. onnod

    onnod Im from Holland, isnt that weird?

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    that's a cool knife! great work :)

    Sent from my GT-I9300 using Slingshot Forum mobile app
     
  12. buckshot500

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    Thank you for the link!

    Makes me want to try one made from steel.

    Edit: I was wondering what keeps the lockbar in place against the blade notch.

    I see now how it is done with a flat spring inserted in the end of the knife. I have wondered about that for years, but never took apart a knife to see how it was done.
     
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2014